Subject: Re: [boost] Is boost.python dead?
From: Stefan Seefeld (stefan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-03-26 10:21:02
On 26/03/15 09:47 AM, Mikhail Matrosov wrote:
> Thank you! Hope you will get back soon!
> Would you please explain, what is the right way to say that this particular
> bug is fixed in this particular pull request? When I tried to attach a link
> to the pull request on GitHub to my comment in trac, it was rejected:
> cannot post web links.
I honestly don't know. (I suspect the rejection of web links is a
deliberate attempt to contain spam.)
For quite a while I have been only observing Boost development, and its
slow and seemingly never-ending attempts to migrate to other tools and
processes. Personally I would be happy to entirely move to github for
boost.python development, including issue tracking, wiki, and website,
just for simplicity's sake. But I'm sure there are many people around
here with strong and diverging opinions, and I don't want to get sucked
into such discussions.
-- ...ich hab' noch einen Koffer in Berlin...
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